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SEAC R3 Rechargeable Underwater Light

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LI_0500004020000A
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$99.00 $89.00
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Description

Now even more powerful while maintaining the reliability and sturdiness of the R5, the new family of SEAC Torches have been improved, now offering an upgraded beam of light thanks to the incorporation of cutting-edge LEDs zoom. Battery: Li-Ion 18650 rechargeable via external charger with USB connection. • Total of 180 minutes lit.• Maximum depth: 200 meters • Diameter/length: Ø 65 mm/length 210 mm • Weight: 616 g w/ batteries • On-off switch: magnetic on-off switch • Seal: double O-Ring radial seal • Glass: tempered optical with a thickness of 6mm and Ø 58mm. Lens in Tempered Glass - Allows maximization of two fundamental characteristics of the torch: hold and the transparency of the beam. 3LED Light - The best solution for exploiting the reduced size of the lens, suitable for pocket torches (1 LED = 100 lm = 13W) Double o-ring radial seal - the choice of torches with a double o-ring guarantees a more efficient seal. Metal casing - the metal casing allows you to exploit the maximum potential of the LED by increasing the power. Guarantees maximum seal and durability. Magnetic On/Off Switch - A switch with an electro-magnetic switch guarantees no wear on mechanical parts.

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Reviews

  • 5
    Great light/Price

    Posted by Mark on Oct 31st 2019

    I bought this light for my wife. She was able to use it during her first night dive in Cozumel. She loved the ease of use and I really noticed that it shed plenty of light while diving. Highly recommend! Oh, Dolphin even made an adjustment in order to attach this light to a clip so my wife could attach to her BC. Worked out PERFECT.

  • 5
    SEAC R3 Underwater Light

    Posted by Bruce on Apr 30th 2019

    I haven't gotten this light wet yet but have been using it around the house. Looks like it will put out just the right amount of light for my upcoming as Philippines night dives. I'll update after this next trip.